5020 FIFE LAKE RD, FIFE LAKE, MICHIGAN 49633
*NO mail receptacle - See addresses below*
Grand Traverse County, MI
ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX
Available at the Township Office 45 days PRIOR to the election date.
**This box cannot be used for any other Township Hall Mail such as tax payments.**
All veterans that have a veteran exempt property tax MUST FILL OUT A NEW FORM AND SUBMIT TO THE ASSESSOR EVERY YEAR before the March Board of Review.
This is NOT a standing request.
This form MUST be completed at the beginning of EACH YEAR and Mailed to:
Union Township Assessor
5460 Choctaw Court, Gaylord, MI 49735.
Debra R Johnson, Township Assessor
5020 Fife Lake Rd. Fife Lake, Michigan 49633
(NO mail receptacle - see addresses below)
Union Township officers maintain their offices in their own homes.
Hours for the Clerk and Treasurer will be by appointment only or as required by law. The Supervisor shall be available for business at any reasonable hour of the day.
(Not to exceed 9:00 PM)
Douglas Mansfield 231-218-5560
Sheryl Tillitson 231-369-3341
5489 Fife Lake Road., Fife Lake, MI 49633
Constance Stone 231-369-2482
P.O. Box 131, Fife Lake, MI 49633
Nancy Wieland 231-409-1458
The TOWNSHIP BOARD will meet on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Union Township Hall unless otherwise posted at such hall.
The ANNUAL MEETING & BUDGET HEARING
Held on the third Tuesday in March at 7:00 PM at the Union Township Hall.
Meets on the fourth Tuesday of January, April , July, and October at 7:00 PM at the Union Township Hall (unless otherwise posted at such Hall).
The Fife Lake-Union District No. 1 Schoolhouse, also known as the Cedar Creek School of the Union Township Hall, is a school building located at 5020 Fife Lake Road near Fife Lake, Michigan.
This structure was built in 1882 by local carpenter John Dewey. It was used as a school until the early 1950s. In 1955, Union Township purchased the schoolhouse and converted it into a township hall.
The site was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1983 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
The Fife Lake Schoolhouse is a one-story Late Victorian balloon-frame rectangular structure with a gable roof and clapboard siding. The exterior is generally plain, but the appearance is enhanced by a distinctive triple-bay entry porch with a barrel-vault-top center, and by an open well-house-like belfry. Both the porch and the belfry have stickwork brackets, and the belfry has a gable roof and a central finial. Two entrances lead from the porch into coat rooms, which open onto the main schoolroom. The schoolroom has vertical-board interior paneling and a pressed metal ceiling.
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